Liam Gould

Coronavirus risks making us immune to human tragedy

Coronavirus continues to be a truly deadly threat. The direct effect of the virus has been catastrophic, with well over 22 million cases and 750,000 direct deaths worldwide. It has only just begun to change the way we live our lives, and we – as both students and part of...
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Posted Aug. 31, 2020

Can we really separate the music from the artist?

There are few stories circulated in music more than the brilliant artist who turns out to be a vile person. Now more than ever, a number of high-profile cases of musicians who either have committed a crime or done wrong in the past, is rightfully being brought to the surface of people’s attention.
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Posted Dec. 18, 2019

Has Christmas lost its meaning?

As the temperature drops and Christmas fast approaches, the festivities have been well-underway since the start of the month. From 1st December and often earlier, in shops across the country, decorations are up, Christmas items are out and expensive marketing campaigns have begun. Today, nobody can escape the money-making colossus...
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Posted Dec. 16, 2019

FLASHSALE! Skyrim – Eight years later review

There was only ever one game that I truly played when I was younger. The only game I invested my time into and thoroughly enjoyed. This summer, I decided to pick up my bow-and-arrow made from the bones of Alduin himself and re-entered The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.  Firing up...
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Posted Nov. 4, 2019

Living with a phobia

Liam Gould shares his experience living with astraphobia, the fear of thunderstorms. He challenges preconceptions surrounding phobias.
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Posted Oct. 27, 2019